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all for a very thoughtful discussion. >>> coming up, author dennis lehane, on the spirit of his hometown, in our "sunday spotlight." lehane, on the spirit of his hometown in our "sunday spotlight." >>> now, we honor our fellow americans who serve and sacrifice overseas. this week, the pentagon released the names of two soldiers killed in afghanistan. >>> and we'll be back with a tribute to boston from its best-selling author dennis lehane. best-selling author dennis lehane. >>> finally today, our "sunday spotlight" shining on the city of boston. a city galvanized under siege. its spirit captured by the native son, dennis lehane. >> i have been proud to be from boston my whole life. i don't think i have been proud as i have been this week. the thing that will stick with me the rest of my life is the plot of these brothers failed within two seconds of the first explosion, because the objective of terror is to rattle the populous, it's to make them paralyzed with fear and to see all of these civilians run toward the blast, to help their fellow civilians, to help their fellow boston
that when it comes down to people's lives. >> yeah, i think there was a great piece by dennis lehane who said, we're not going to sacrifice our civil rights in boston and we're going to get right back up. look, there is a balance that's needed here. pete kink and barney frank have talked about, keep homeland security funded correctly, the need to utilize technology. these are 26-mile courses, you can't police every single step of every course, so you need to put good technology in place and you need to work together and there are investments that are needed and they are government investments to keep us safe. >> sherry, we'vespent a lot of money. do we need to spend more? >> i don't think it's a matter of spending more. i think it's about doing the job correctly. we do know there's been photographs now of guys walking around with big backpacks. was somebody not on the ball, did somebody not see that, did somebody not look at the cameras? we need to be able to trust our government officials and institutions. american people are pretty smart and know what the elected officials know when th
there was a great piecey dennis lehane who said, we're not going to sacrifice our civil rights in boston and we're going to get right back up. look, there is a balance that's needed here. pete kink and barney frank have talked about, keep homeland security funded correctly, the need to utilize technology. these are 26-mile courses, you can't police every single step of every course, so you need to put good technology in place and you need to work together and there are investments that are needed and they are government investments to keep us safe. >> sherry, we've spent a lot of money. do we need to spend more? >> i don't think it's a matter of spending more. i think it's about doing the job correctly. we do know there's been photographs now of guys walking around with big backpacks. was somebody not on the ball, did somebody not see that, did somebody not look at the cameras? we need to be able to trust our government officials and stitutions. american people are pretty smart and know what the elected officials know when they've gone too far. we can put up with a lott we're going to keep an e
message today, which was monday, they messed with the wrong city. and dennis lehane joins us now. they messed with the wrong city. it sort of captures the flint and fire of this city. >> yeah, we don't need that with false bravado, that's not posturing. the law enforcement is going to take care of this situation, we're fine. you're not going to change us. you're not going to change, essentially, who we are, you're not going to change our love of civil liberties and freedom. it's not going to change. next year when this marathon goes off, i bet there will be twice the number of people. nobody is going to back down, okay, take our civil liberty in exchange for a little security. it's not going to happen. >> but you do feel in talking to bostonians people still are, understandably so on edge. >> absolutely. >> perpetrators are still out there, a lot of people in the icu. it's not as though you haven't been affected. >> we've been completely affected, absolutely. it's how you act, how are we going to act 362 days from now, what is going to happen then. i will bet money this city says
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